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Wine cellars : innovate without moderation

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Published on 26/02/07 - Updated on 17/03/22

While customers may have chastened their wine consumption, they have become more demanding with regard to its quality and the quality of service in particular. Storing different vintages at the right temperature for as long as possible is an imperative for quality, but also a generator of economies.

Wine has two sworn enemies: extreme temperatures and too violent or repeated temperature variations. A constant temperature between 10° and 14°C is considered ideal for wine to flourish. Temperature changes dilate and contract wine in the bottle. And these changes simply fatigue the vintages...

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